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The Loud House is an American animated television series created by Chris Savino for Nickelodeon. The series focuses on Lincoln Loud, who is the middle child and only son in a large family of 11 children.

A spin-off entitled The Casagrandes premiered on October 14, 2019, centering on Ronnie Anne Santiago.

A feature film based on the series premiered on Netflix on August 20, 2021.

Plot

Lincoln Loud is the only boy and the middle child in a family of eleven children residing in the fictional town of Royal Woods, Michigan. He has ten sisters with distinctive personalities consisting of bossy eldest child Lori, ditzy fashionista Leni, musician Luna, comedian Luan, athletic Lynn Jr., gloomy poetic goth Lucy, polar opposite twins Lana and Lola, child genius Lisa, and baby Lily. Lincoln occasionally breaks the fourth wall to explain to the viewers the chaotic conditions and sibling relationships of the household, and continually devises plans to make his life in the Loud House better.

Characters

Main characters

Lincoln Loud
Voiced by: Sean Ryan Fox (pilot); Grant Palmer (S1E1A-S1E22B); Collin Dean (S1E23A-S3E18A); Jackson Petty (S3E17; singing voice); Tex Hammond (S3E18B-S4E21B); Asher Bishop (S4E23A-S6E3A and The Loud House Movie); Bentley Griffin (S6E4-present, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl)
Portrayed by: Wolfgang Schaeffer[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House); Justin Allan (The Really Loud House; young)
At 12 years old (11 prior to Season 6), Lincoln is the only son and middle child of the Loud children; he is an avid reader of comic books and frequently speaks to the viewers about other things and on how he gets around the often chaotic conditions and sibling relationships of the household by finding creative solutions to his problems.
Lori Loud
Voiced by: Catherine Taber
Portrayed by: Lexi DiBenedetto[1] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House)
At 18 years old (17 prior to Season 5), Lori is the eldest of the Loud children. She is depicted as bossy, sarcastic, and condescending towards her siblings. Despite this, she cares deeply about her brother and sisters. She often talks on her smartphone and uses it to talk to her boyfriend Bobby.
Leni Loud
Voiced by: Liliana Mumy
Portrayed by: Dora Dolphin[1] (A Loud House Christmas); Eva Carlton[3] (The Really Loud House)
At 17 years old (16 prior to Season 5), she is the second oldest of the Loud children; Leni is depicted as a dumb blonde, who is kind and pretty, but is naive and lacks intelligence and awareness. She shows talents in fashion designing.
Luna Loud
Voiced by: Nika Futterman
Portrayed by: Sophia Woodward[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House); Ava Torres (The Really Loud House; young)
At 16 years old (15 prior to Season 5), she is the third oldest child of the Loud family; Luna is a free-spirited musician interested in rock and roll music, and she owns and plays an electric guitar and other instruments.
Luan Loud
Voiced by: Cristina Pucelli
Portrayed by: Catherine Ashmore Bradley[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House)
At 15 years old (14 prior to Season 5), she is fourth oldest of the Loud children; Luan is fond of practical jokes and comedy. She wears braces, has squirt-flowers on her shirt and shoes, and owns a ventriloquist dummy named Mr. Coconuts.
Lynn Loud
Voiced by: Jessica DiCicco
Portrayed by: Morgan McGill[1] (A Loud House Christmas); Annaka Fourneret[3] (The Really Loud House)
At 14 years old (13 prior to Season 5), she is the fifth oldest of the Loud children; Lynn is very energetic and competitive and often engages in sports and other physical activities.
Lucy Loud
Voiced by: Jessica DiCicco
Portrayed by: Aubin Bradley[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House)
At 9 years old (8 prior to Season 5), she's the fifth youngest of the Loud children; Lucy is a cynical, deadpan and sarcastic gothic girl, who dresses in black and has an interest in poetry and gothic fiction. She has very pale skin and long black hair that conceals her eyes. Lucy also has an uncanny ability to suddenly appear in places, which often frightens her siblings.
Lana Loud
Voiced by: Grey Griffin
Portrayed by: Mia Allan[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House)
At 7 years old (6 prior to Season 5), she is Lola's identical twin sister and fourth youngest of the Loud Family. Unlike her sister, she is a fun-loving tomboy who loves to get her hands dirty, which often annoys Lola. She is also a skilled mechanic and plumber.
Lola Loud
Voiced by: Grey Griffin
Portrayed by: Ella Allan[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House)
At 7 years old (6 prior to Season 5), she and Lana are identical twin sisters and the third youngest of the children. Lola is a bratty girly-girl, who dresses in pink princess attire and acts as a tattletale for the family. She and Lana are missing their front teeth.
Lisa Loud
Voiced by: Lara Jill Miller
Portrayed by: Lexi Janicek[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas and The Really Loud House)
At 5 years old (4 prior to Season 5), she is the second youngest of the Loud children; Lisa is a child prodigy, who has graduated college with a PhD and often engages in complex equations and experiments. She wears large glasses and speaks with a lateral lisp.
Lily Loud
Voiced by: Grey Griffin
Portrayed by: Charlotte Ann Tucker[1] and Lainey Jane Knowles[4] (A Loud House Christmas); August Michael Peterson and Emily Ford (The Really Loud House)
At 2 years old (15 months prior to Season 5), the youngest child of the Loud family; Lily is an infant, who tends to defecate in her diaper and leave a foul stench, which disgust her older siblings. She can walk independently and can be carried by one of her siblings for longer distances.
Clyde McBride
Voiced by: Caleel Harris (S1E1A-S3E8A); Andre Robinson (S3E8B-S5E26B); Jahzir Bruno (S6E1A-S6E15B); Jaeden White (S6E19A-present)
Portrayed by: Jahzir Bruno[1][2] (A Loud House Christmas, and The Really Loud House)
At 12 years old (11 prior to Season 5), he is Lincoln's best friend, who serves as a wingman to him in his exploits. He is an only child and spends almost all of his time with Lincoln. Clyde harbors an unrequited crush on Lori.
Lynn Loud Sr.
Voiced and portrayed by: Brian Stepanek[1][2]
The father of the Loud children.
Rita Loud
Voiced by: Jill Talley
Portrayed by: Muretta Moss[1] (A Loud House Christmas); Jolie Jenkins[3] (The Really Loud House)
The mother of the Loud children.

Production

The Loud House was created by Chris Savino for Nickelodeon. Savino based the series on his own experiences growing up in a large family. Early in development, the Loud family was going to be composed of rabbits, but this was terminated when an executive, Jenna Boyd, asked Savino to make them human. The idea of the Loud family being rabbits became used as Lincoln's dream in the Season 3 episode "White Hare". He pitched the idea to Nickelodeon in 2013 as a 2+1⁄2-minute short for their annual Animated Shorts Program. In June 2014, Nickelodeon announced that The Loud House had been picked up for a season of 13 episodes. The episode order was later increased to 26. On May 25, 2016, Nickelodeon announced that the series had been picked up for a second season of 14 episodes later increased to 26. On October 19, 2016, the series had been picked up for a third season of 26 episodes. Savino has cited Peanuts and Polly and Her Pals as influences on the show's characterizations and animation. Newspaper comic strips are also influences on the show's background art.

References

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